PUPILS at a Port school skipped, jumped and ran their way to success at their sports day.

Teams of pupils from all the classes St Francis' Primary moved around a variety of stations collecting points at each one before they were totalled up and the winning team revealed.

The event was organised by the school's health and wellbeing coach.

Parents and staff cheered on the kids as they took part in curling, skipping, obstacles, hula hoop, taekwondo, speed bounce and beat the goalie.

Depute head Margaret Kelly said: “The whole event was great.

"We had the St Stephen’s High samba band to lead the teams out and everyone had a great day.

“The weather stayed nice and all the pupils gave it their all.

“All the stations were popular but the skipping was enjoyed by all.

"The pupils had tried it during their health week and were delighted to get the chance to do it again.

Morton sent someone along to assist with beat the goalie which also proved popular, so we thank them.

“It was all hands on deck to make it a success with pupils, parents and staff assisting where needed.

“Everyone was exhausted at the end, which is a sign of success.

“We would like to thank Gemma Stewart for her efforts in organising the event and the pupils, parents and staff for making it a success.”